Old Mount Pleasant, another slum whose name belied its appearance. Here is shown the East side dropping from Carlton Hill to Edward Street. The very narrow Park Place which stood just to the East was cleared at the same time, and the present Mount Pleasant, consisting only of 13 trim Council houses was erected in 1938 on the cleared area of these two streets.

Image Reference: JG_24_057.tif
Date: 1936
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 153x95
Place: Brighton
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